WWE News: Director of Ric Flair's 30 for 30 praises The Undertaker for his amazing gesture
The Undertaker is apparently a great human being.
What’s the story?
Rory Karpf, the director of Ric Flair’s latest documentary, took to Twitter and expressed high praise for the Undertaker.
On that note, Karpf revealed that Undertaker was one of the nicest people he’d ever interviewed, insinuating that the Deadman went out of his way for the entire crew.
In case you didn’t know…
ESPN produced a ’30 for 30’ documentary about Ric Flair where the Undertaker broke his character and attended the premiere as a sign of respect to the WWE Hall of Famer.
The heart of the matter
In reference to the same, Rory Karpf asserted that the Undertaker brewed coffee and brought snacks for the entire crew of ’30 for 30’.
Furthermore, Karpf emphasized that the Phenom is “one of the nicest people” he’s ever interviewed. The well-known director’s praise adds to the long list of affirmative banter pertaining to the legendary WWE big man.
The Undertaker has been scheduled to appear in the 25th-anniversary episode of Monday Night RAW, and his role at the event could be pivotal in certain ways.
The Undertaker is one of the greatest professional wrestlers of all time — that includes pure wrestling skills as well as character work.
Given the Undertaker’s world-renowned professionalism and approachable demeanour, it’s incredible to hear stories about his real-life persona from people whom he works with.
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